Blog

Empowering Women For Sustainable Futrues

Objectives: In Ghizer's scenic beauty, the collaborative initiative by the Women Development Department Gilgit Baltistan, Shedev, and KADO aims to...
Read More
Blog

Life Skills Enhancement and Development Program

Under the patronage of the Chief Secretary of Gilgit-Baltistan, the Education Department initiated the Life Skills Enhancement and Development Program...
Read More
Blog

School Meal (Khana) Program In Gilgit-Baltistan

Introduction: In a praiseworthy endeavor, the Government of Gilgit-Baltistan takes proactive measures against malnutrition through the impactful School Khana Program....
Read More
Blog

Introducing Computer, STEAM, & Entrepreneurship Education In Government Schools

Wafer croissant sweet marzipan. Sesame snaps sweet gingerbread pie jelly tiramisu oat cake. Biscuit caramels fruitcake chupa chups. Pie ice...
Read More
Blog

Empowering Education With Solar Energy

Fruitcake marzipan topping tootsie roll cheesecake jelly-o topping. Fruitcake brownie muffin soufflé chocolate cake jelly-o chocolate cake cheesecake. Bear claw...
Read More
Blog

Rehabilitation Of Flood Affected Schools In Diamer

Chocolate biscuit soufflé tart gummies marshmallow ice cream. Gummies sesame snaps oat cake sugar plum pie dessert brownie ice cream....
Read More

Success Stories

Empowering Women For Sustainable Futrues

Objectives: In Ghizer’s scenic beauty, the collaborative initiative by the Women Development Department Gilgit Baltistan, Shedev, and KADO aims to empower through the “Capacity Building Center for Women in Demand Driven Trades.” Training in IT, Embroidery, Value Addition, Hospitality Management, and Knitting sets the stage for the ambitious goal of establishing 720 women entrepreneurs in three years. This transformative project is not just about imparting skills but nurturing a force of empowered women ready to

Under the patronage of the Chief Secretary of Gilgit-Baltistan, the Education Department initiated the Life Skills Enhancement and Development Program (LEAD) in collaboration with the Gilgit-Baltistan Rural Support Programme (GBRSP). Macam Services Private Limited (MSPL) was entrusted with executing this transformative initiative aimed at enhancing communication and public speaking skills among students in government schools across Gilgit-Baltistan. Project Objectives: Conducting comprehensive training across ten districts in government secondary and higher secondary schools. Enhancing students’ communication

  |  0

School Meal (Khana) Program In Gilgit-Baltistan

Introduction: In a praiseworthy endeavor, the Government of Gilgit-Baltistan takes proactive measures against malnutrition through the impactful School Khana Program. Spearheaded by the government and amplified by Allah Walay Trust (AWT), this collaborative initiative not only prioritizes the health and education of young minds but extends its reach to encompass comprehensive BMI, vision, and hearing testing, showcasing a holistic commitment to the well-being of the region’s children. Addressing a Crucial Need: Recognizing the staggering statistic

Introduction: The project was launched on September 24, 2022, with the aim of transforming education in Gilgit-Baltistan (GB). It was funded by the Government of Gilgit-Baltistan and implemented by Rupani Foundation Pakistan in partnership with GBRSP in government schools in GB. It was initially planned for the first phase from September 2022 to August 2023, which has been extended for a second phase until June 2024. The project sought to impart 21st-century skills to students in 200 government schools

Empowering Education With Solar Energy

Project Overview: In December 2022, an innovative initiative was launched to provide solar solutions to 181 educational institutions in Gilgit-Baltistan, at a total project cost of 263.822 million rupees. This project, in collaboration with the Telephone Industries of Pakistan (TIP), aimed to install 5KW solar systems in each of these schools. By December 30, 2023, we embarked on a mission to revolutionize the way these schools harnessed and managed energy resources which will benefit approximately 60,000